A few of us think it's time to put a name to this trick. I would agree to a Democratic vote.
I think Ca Ike has a valid explanation for his name. I don't think anybody in the World
has tried harder than Vertigo to accomplish this trick. So, I guess my vote would look
like this. Vertigo Fade Flac (VFF). A combination of Ike's & Joe's. Everybody is welcome
make your own suggestion as most of you will probably be referring to it. It's way past
Sweet - loved those French Flick Flacks!
Nice looking kite as well.
Tom starts out calling it a French Flick Flack
I thought that the FFF, was 3/4 yoyo, back to a front flip, repeat. Also called a flip-flop.
Am I wrong?
Now it's a flip-flop
A good early trick to learn is the belly landing / popup launch / fade. Get that down and the
flick-flack (non-French) is easy to learn, so you get 4 in 1.
Meaning there is a French flick flack??
Then there is a French Flic Flac (American version/ FFF) or some have called it a French Roll Up.
You can clearly see I don't know if it's a French Flic Flac (American version) or a French Roll Up.
No, the FrenchFlicFlac is a backflip-frontflip-backflip-frontflip-backflip-frontflip, I guess you may start with the frontflip also.
Krijn knows it is not a FrenchFlicFlac
I am behind the times on tricking but if I may ... what is "French Roll-Up/French Flic-Flak"?
Steve hasn't heard about a stinking French Roll-Up/French Flic-Flac.
HOw about we start calling this the fade flac
? Thats basically what your doing is over rotating to the fade (fade to fade) and thats sounds less confusing than FFFAV especially since its the complete opposite of the FFF whitch is the back flip to front flip combo
This holds some merit.....logical thinking.
The name of the trick is...
The "VERTIGO" ....
This guy has tried harder than anybody in the World to do one.